So this wasn’t what I had planned to write about this week. Similar to many priests and their homilies this past Sunday, I had to change at the last minute. This post is going to be on the First Baptist Church shooting in Texas yesterday morning. For a good synopsis on what happened, here isContinue reading “Why?”
Matthew Handley shares his conversion and choice to stay Catholic. Also some of his tools on how to reinvigorate your faith.
“If we settle, our movement will lose momentum and die.” Matthew Handley discusses the pro-life victory last week in the House and what it means for the movement.
“Aquinas is as Catholic as you want it to be.” Matthew Handley shares his experiences from his first few months at Aquinas College.
“In times such as these, we, as Catholics, can turn to Mary, Our Blessed Mother. Mary was also without understanding at the foot of her Son on the Cross but she suffered with faith and hope.”
Maria Abbe’s interview will be on our first EPIC Podcast Exclusive. Have you ever felt like God has abandoned you? Like you’re out in the world alone and being jostled around unable to get your footing? I have. Many times, actually. As Catholics, we fight a good and hard fight to bring peace and lightContinue reading “Your Hearts And Your Minds”
The following article was written in 2014 by Esther Rich of the Chastity Project. Although it is a few years old it relates perfectly to what we were talking about on our most recent episode, Pure Dating Relationships and I wanted to share it here. Also, I’ve attached a prayer for your future spouse thatContinue reading “Why You Should Pray for Your Future Spouse”
Hello all! As today is the Solemnity of the most sacred Body and Blood of our Lord, I wanted to share Bishop Barron’s Gospel reflection for today. Today’s Gospel is the apex of our Catholic faith. Ps. You can also sign up for Bishop Barron’s Daily Gospel Reflections and have them sent straight to yourContinue reading “The Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ”
Yesterday was Pentecost Sunday, the day when the Holy Spirit came down upon the Apostles and they spoke in tongues to the people of Jerusalem. As promised, here are some prayers that may be helpful for you to the Holy Spirit. These prayers were taken from Catholic Online and are originally from St. Augustine. SpiritContinue reading “Prayers to the Holy Spirit”
It’s Pentecost Sunday, fifty days after the celebration of the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Today, the Lord breathed the Holy Spirit on the Apostles and they began to speak in tongues to preach the word of God. The Holy Spirit is probably the most misunderstood of the three persons of the Trinity. Don’t believe any of these myths, and help spread the truth!